Large hall with slate floor. Spacious, comfortable living room with open fire and dining area. Additional sitting room with open fire. Large, well-equipped fitted kitchen with two electric cookers. Utility. Separate toilet. First floor: Three double bedrooms, each with en-suite shower room and toilet. Three twin bedrooms, and two further double bedrooms (one with extra double bed, for +2), each with en-suite bathroom, shower attachment and toilet. All bedrooms with televisions.
- Open fires - fuel inc
- Elec £40 pw
- Full oil CH, bed linen and towels inc
- Two cots
- Ten televisions (in sitting-rooms and all bedrooms)
- Two cookers
- Microwave Oven
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- Garden with patio, furniture and children's play area with swing
- Use of owners' 850-acre grounds
- Ample parking
- Cycle store
- Games room with pool table and table tennis
- Clay pigeon shooting by arr
- Private fishing foc (permit required)
- Natural spring water supply
- NB: River in grounds
This very spacious, detached property, converted from a 200-year-old barn, with grain silos 8 yards (toddlers beware!) occupies a peaceful setting on the owners' 850-acre working arable farm and pheasant shooting estate. Very attractively furnished and well equipped, it boasts eight en-suite bedrooms (all with colour televisions), two sitting-rooms, a games room with open fire and pool table, and its own garden with children's play area - making it the ideal choice for three or four families wishing to holiday together. Clay pigeon shooting is available by arrangement, with fishing on site (permit required). The farm is centrally located in the beautiful Camel Valley - a haven for nature lovers and fishermen, cyclists and riding enthusiasts, close to the wild expanse of Bodmin Moor.
An ideal base from which to tour, The Shooting Lodge is convenient for the North and South Heritage Coasts of Cornwall, where to the north, the picturesque fishing villages of Port Isaac and Boscastle, and the old port of Padstow are within easy reach. To the south is the harbour town of Fowey, and the charming villages of Looe and Polperro, each with narrow, winding streets full of fisherman's cottages and intriguing tales concerning their smuggling past. Partly isolated from the rest of the country, until the railway crossed the River Tamar in the 1860s, this region has retained a wealth of antiquities. For historic days out, St Breock Downs Monolith and the Nine Maidens, Pencarrow House and Restormel Castle, and Lanhydrock (National Trust), with its 450-acre grounds, are nearby. Whilst a little further afield, scholars of myths and legends will find enigmatic Tintagel Castle - said to be the birthplace of King Arthur, a mystical delight. Ancient Wadebridge (4 miles) offers a sports centre, swimming-pool and tennis. Shop 1½ miles, public house 3 miles.